As you can see, the progress bar is full of various colors, and a percentage number. The number in percent is easier to understand, which meant how far channel stream buffering has progress or how much buffer has been received and filled. But what does the colors meant? Here’s the simple explanation for the colors shown in the progress bar.
The whole length of the Buffer progress bar represent 120 seconds or 2 minutes. The colors actually show that whether the video streaming data has been downloaded or not for that particular segment of time.
Meaning of colors in TVAnts Buffer progress bar
Green: Downloaded and can be played normally.
Dark Green： Already broadcasted.
Blue： Other clients have the data.
Yellow： Already send download request to a client (in queue)
Orange： Already send download request to a client (in queue)
Red： Downloading video contents from other client (transferring).
Black： Unavailable, or no data available, or other clients reject request for the stream data.
Purple: Downloaded but TVAnts considers the data as incomplete, and cannot share the data to other clients.